The Mandalorian: Season 2

The Mandalorian: Season 2

The Mandalorian: Season 2

The Emmy-winning second season of the Star Wars series, following a lone bounty hunter (Pedro Pascal, Game of Thrones) and the Child (AKA Baby Yoda) as they travel the galaxy while contending with the New Republic and, perhaps, a familiar face.

Outstanding Music Composition, Stunt Performance, Stunt Coordination, Sound Mixing, Special Visual Effects, Cinematography & Prosthetic Makeup, Emmys 2021
2020USA
AdventureFantasyScience Fiction

Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 2.1
30 October 2020

Chapter 9: The Marshal

The Mandalorian is drawn to the Outer Rim in search of others of his kind.

EPISODE 2.2
6 November 2020

Chapter 10: The Passenger

The Mandalorian must ferry a passenger with precious cargo on a risky journey.

EPISODE 2.3
13 November 2020

Chapter 11: The Heiress

The Mandalorian braves high seas and meets unexpected allies.

EPISODE 2.4
20 November 2020

Chapter 12: The Siege

The Mandalorian rejoins old allies for a new mission.

EPISODE 2.5
27 November 2020

Chapter 13: The Jedi

The Mandalorian journeys to a world ruled by a cruel magistrate who has made a powerful enemy.

EPISODE 2.6
4 December 2020

Chapter 14: The Tragedy

The Mandalorian and Child travel to an ancient site.

EPISODE 2.7
11 December 2020

Chapter 15: The Believer

To move against the Empire, the Mandalorian needs the help of an old enemy.

EPISODE 2.8
18 December 2020

Chapter 16: The Rescue

The Mandalorian and his allies attempt a daring rescue.

The Mandalorian: Season 2 / Reviews

The Telegraph

The Telegraph

The great thing about Favreau’s approach is that he doesn’t get bogged down in the needlessly complex plotting that blights so much prestige TV – and, for that matter, recent Star Wars films. Instead, he carves a sharp through-line through the story. The action proceeds briskly.

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IndieWire

IndieWire

“The Mandalorian” isn’t as efficient as it used to be.

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Vulture

Vulture

It’s a strong first episode, a case study for the things that make The Mandalorian such a consistently entertaining series. Chief among those is its economical approach to storytelling.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

If this involves a little too much recycling of the series’ own tropes – the narrative is a supersized remake of season one’s second episode – that doesn’t matter much when the special effects are so impressive and when Olyphant’s naughty cheek is such a good odd-couple fit with the deadpan monomania of Pedro Pascal, who continues to give his lead performance its nuance without the use of any facial expressions.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

The result was, for a little show, easily its biggest and perhaps most purely entertaining episode to date.

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RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

This first episode in the second season is a great example of how the series can work across scale—it can be intimate when it's two characters exchanging information in a vast open landscape, and it can also be massive with action scenes worthy of IMAX.

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CNN

CNN

Far from resting on its laurels, though, if the balance of Season 2 can match the promise of this first episode, it's still easy to have a good feeling about this.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

The cinematography, creature work (both CGI and practical), and the action direction in “The Marshal” are all excellent: sweeping, exciting, and gorgeous to look at. ... The adventure story was compelling as well.

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Collider

Collider

Yes, Baby Yoda remains as cute as ever, but more importantly, the show’s titular anti-hero will do what’s right when the time is right, but isn’t afraid of grey areas in other circumstances. In those moments, The Mandalorian is at its boldest and most fascinating.

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